The Intruder Who Broke Into The Queen’s Bedroom Explains How He’s Mourning Her Death


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Michael Fagan, the man who scaled the walls at Buckingham Palace and got into the prestigious building during Queen Elizabeth II’s reign hasn’t been afraid to speak out about the incident (via the Independent). “I was scareder than I’d ever been in my life,” Fagan said, recalling the time he came face-to-face with the queen after breaking into her home. Then she speaks and it’s like the finest glass you can imagine breaking: ‘W[ha]t are you doing here?!’”

Although he broke into the queen’s home, he always stated that he had respect for England’s longest-serving monarch. Now, he’s explaining how he is mourning her death. Fagan told LadBible that he was grieving her loss by lighting a candle. “I am quite sad that she has gone. I don’t want to say anything more — just that I hope she rests in peace,” Fagan said. “I have no plans to go to the funeral but I have been to church to light a candle for her and hopefully it is all behind me.”

He added that he has faith in the next ruler. “I think Charles will do a good job and look after the planet. He will be very good at that,” he said. “There is also too much division between the rich and poor in society and I think Charles will help heal that.”



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